PERCEPTION TOWARDS THE USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND FACTORS GENERATING TECHNO STRESS AMONG TEACHER EDUCATORS
Keywords:Handling Computer, Teaching Online, Student Handing
In this study, a research model was constructed using the variables as handling a computer, teaching online, and Student Handing all have a major influence on the teacher's psyche and are sources of stress. Further the investigator attempts to do the research work to find out the ability rate of using Tech-tools in classroom teaching, measure the perception of using technology in the classroom, and assess the factors generating Technostress among the Teacher Educators. Structural equation modelling was used for parameter estimation and model testing. Behavioural intention to use technology was also included in the model. 205 Teacher Educators working in schools in Delhi schools filled out questionnaires. The findings demonstrated a satisfactory model fit, and all of them is responsible for causing the stress.
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